This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) Flipped Bloom's 2) PBL or Not? 3) PBL Sustainability
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EdScoop Weekly - August 11, 2016
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Using Project-Based Learning To Flip Bloom’s Taxonomy For Deeper Learning

Instead of starting at the bottom and focusing on the teaching and learning of content prior to moving up, consider flipping that approach by starting at the top and asking students to create an authentic product with a strong Driving Question. Doing this can help the teacher facilitate deeper learning of the content and skills we find at the lower level as students identify and pursue what they need to know, remember, and understand to create and meet the challenge of the project.

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What Project-Based Learning Is — and What It Isn’t
The term “project-based learning” gets tossed around a lot in discussions about how to connect students to what they’re learning. Teachers might add projects meant to illustrate what students have learned, but may not realize what they’re doing is actually called “project-oriented learning.” And it’s quite different from project-based learning.
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Why Do So Many Schools Want to Implement Project-Based Learning, But So Few Actually Do?

Schools all over the world are seeing higher engagement with PBL, and every day more and more schools decide to give it a shot. There’s just one problem. Many schools that start doing Project-Based Learning do not stick with it. Why? Because it’s not easy to get right.

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